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(computer science) a computer file containing machine-readable information that must be read by an application

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The Add File Comment command is supported for binary files
When run, the tool extracts seven key attributes from every analysed binary file and compares them to data obtained by running the J48, J48 Graft, PART, and Ridor machine-learning algorithms on a set of 100,000 malicious programs and 16,000 clean ones, Raman said.
To share binary files with colleagues, you must provide them with an application that interprets your file correctly.
Binary files have always been difficult to edit, usually involving scanning through an endless number of bytes using a hex editor.
I figured that the problem of sending eight-bit binary files had been solved by the nice people who ran the Internet, and our attached files were magically transported to their intended destination, somehow piggy-backed on the text of our e-mails.
It was free of charge for anyone who knew how to access the server on which the binary files for it were stored.
TrendWorX+ logs data to binary files or ODBC-compliant database files.
We are currently updating our software to test signature and encryption of large binary files, such as image files.
Classification Engine and Content Intelligence Module: An intuitive taxonomy building system now lets clients classify all content types, including HTML, images, pdfs, and all other binary files included in a site.
With this upgrade, users can now access binary files that had been posted to USENET newsgroups from more than five years ago.
With 650 days of binary retention, Newshosting subscribers can access binary files that were posted to Usenet newsgroups up to 650 days ago.
The Import Wizard assists in importing ASCII or binary files into a worksheet or graph window.
Mason explains what version control is and describes Subversion, access, commands, file locking and binary files, organizing a repository, using tags and branches, creating a project, and third-party code.
Standard CRiSP features include cut & paste, search and replace, code folding, code beautifying, file differencing, built in ftp client, source code browser, capability to edit >2GB text and binary files, dynamic tagging, syntax coloring, and much more.
Express] accepts document formats such as ASCII and binary files, screen images, IGES, CGM, GKS, GIF, SGML, and NAPLPS files.